December 14, 2021

Assessment and Intervention Center prepares for Community Justice Campus opening


Assessment and Intervention Center prepares for Community Justice Campus opening

The Marion County jail, courthouse and sheriff’s office move out of downtown this winter, to the new Community Justice Campus, on the city’s southeast side.

Ahead of that move, WFYI's criminal justice reporter Katrina Pross toured one part of the campus that is already open -- its mental health and addiction treatment center, an alternative to jail. She reports on how the center is preparing for more clients.

READ MORE: County justice system moves out of downtown Indianapolis

Contact WFYI criminal justice reporter Katrina Pross at kpross@wfyi.org. Follow on Twitter: @katrina_pross.

Pross is a Corps Member of Report for America, an initiative of The GroundTruth Project.

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